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Fifty-two men responded to the call for the Sophomre crew yesterday in addition to the men who were on last year's Freshman squad. Notice of time for rowing will be posted at Leavitt and Peirce's this morning. The names of the men follow:
G. O. Clark, C. Runnells, C. O. Swain, J. D. Barney, K. Sherburne, R. L. Mason, F. C. Kidner, A. Sturgis, J. H. Lee, J. G. Cole, C. A. Howland, C. S. Forbes, M. Cabell, A. Hasbrouck, C. L. Harding, R. B. Bedford, C. H. Morrill, M. Fabyan, K. Martin, W. L. Collins, W. L. Shaw, M. Churchill, P. P. Chase, C. B. Curtis, E. H. George, R. Livermore, J. B. Hawes, W. G. Mortland, S. A. Johnston, R. C. Hatch, E. Mallinckrodt, A. M. Chandler, A. B. Holden, C. W. Goodrich, J. M. Sears, H. G. Robinson, H. S. Gale, M. Reed, B. J. O'Neill, J. D. Kernan, M. Emery, G. Nichols, R. Haughton, W. F. Ayer, F. H. Stevens, F. Palmer, Jr., W. M. Chadbourne, W. A. Hosley and C. W. Pierce.
For coxswain-H. A. Wadleigh and H. Fitzgerald.
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